The #1 Spring Trend You Shouldn't Ignore, According to an A-List Stylist

Whether working wardrobe magic on Emma Watson's outstanding Beauty and the Beast promo tour (something you can ogle in more detail over on this somewhat genius dedicated Instagram account) or perfecting the ultimate red carpet look for the girls we're always watching—think Sophie Turner or Lily James—Rebecca Corbin-Murray is the British A-list stylist we now a) couldn't imagine fashion life without and b) would really, really, really like to go shopping with. Her roster of clients reads like a who's who of the best-dressed women of our time, so it's no wonder she's made it onto The Hollywood Reporter's revered Most Powerful Stylists list two years in a row. Look a level deeper and you'll find that Rebecca herself also has a personal style to rival any, which is why we are thrilled to have her on board at Who What Wear UK to answer your burning fashion questions each month.

If there's one colour you need in your wardrobe this season, it's pink. From blush to fuchsia you can go head-to-toe or add as an accent to a more muted look. If you want catwalk references, see Céline, Chanel, Valentino, Alexander Wang and Michael Kors for fast inspiration.

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From L-R: Chanel, Valentino, Michael Kors S/S 17.

There are so many ways you can work this dominant hue into your wardrobe: One of the easiest routes in is to combine a simple white shirt and a pair of straight-leg jeans with some magenta Manolo Blahnik flats and/or a strawberry-coloured Mansur Gavriel bucket bag. Alternatively, if you're feeling brave and looking for that statement outfit, I'd recommend clashing a hot-pink skirt with a Hollywood-red blouse. This is undoubtedly your shade this summer.

Keep reading to see some pitch-perfect pink outfit inspiration, and shop some key items to tap into the everlasting trend.

Style Notes: Baby pink and denim are a match made in heaven for girls who consider themselves tomboys.

Style Notes: Upgrade last year's pleated midi skirt with a slouchy knit and ribbon-tied shoes.

Style Notes: Shocking pink and red work harmoniously together, especially when you combine contrasting textures like chiffon and leather.

Style Notes: A fuschia dress doesn't have to take over your wardrobe—dress one day in jeans and the accessories you always rely on.

Style Notes: When in doubt, add a pink bag to any of your daytime outfits.

Forget only wearing these for special events; take them out with jeans and a tee.

A loose fit and the addition of ankle boots will make a pink dress feel less girlish.

All you need to style up is a simple tee and some summer sandals.

The pink trend doesn't mean you have to avoid prints entirely—this subtle floral is just right.

This vintage-inspired piece will never get old.

Follow Topshop's lead, and try a pink top with red bottoms.

A blush-pink bomber jacket is for the girl who doesn't do casual.

Next up, the many ways you can still wear black all summer long.